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Japan / Women In Workplace #120728

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 22, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings ) Report introduced.

(Tokyo, Japan: Jackie Judd) Conds. facing Japanese women in the work force featured; details given, scenes shown from Tokyo. [Woman working in co., Taiko IMAMURA - says a woman in the office has to be cute.] Problems facing Imamura as free-lance advertiser explained. [IMAMURA - comments on conds.] Woman working in higher-level position in Japanese security firm profiled; scenes shown. [Yukari YAMAGUCHI - talks about being called a "Christmas cake," an old maid.] [FATHER - (thru translator) comments on career versus marriage.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings ) More Japanese women reported taking jobs with American companies in Japan.

Judd, Jackie;
Jennings, Peter

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